Female body and its representation in medicine:A Case study of gynaecology

Yurdakul, Gökçeçiçek


Female patronage in classical Ottoman Architecture: five case studies in İstanbul
Sümertaş, Firuzan Melike; Özgenel, Lale; Department of History of Architecture (2006)
The aim of this thesis is to discuss and illustrate the visibility of Ottoman imperial women in relation to their spatial presence and contribution to the architecture and cityscape of sixteenth and seventeenth century İstanbul. The central premise of the study is that the Ottoman imperial women assumed and exercised power and influence by various means but became publicly visible and acknowledged more through architectural patronage. The focus is on İstanbul and a group of buildings and complexes built und...
Female Agency in the early modern romance in British and Italian context: Lady Mary Wroth, Anna Weamys, Moderata Fonte and Giulia Bigolina
Aydoğdu Çelik, Merve; Alpakın Martınez Caro, Dürrin; Department of English Literature (2018)
This study explores female agency in the early modern British and Italian context in Lady Mary Wroth‘s The Countess of Montgomery‘s Urania, Anna Weamys‘ A Continuation of Sir Philip Sidney‘s Arcadia, Moderata Fonte‘s Thirteen Songs of Floridoro and Giulia Bigolina‘s Urania: The Story of a Young Woman‘s Love by concentrating on female empowerment in their romances on a historicist basis. New Historicism and Cultural Materialism scrutinise literary texts within their historical context. In this sense, the the...
Female labor force participation and earnings differentials between genders in Turkey
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Female education as a path to family health-is it a panacea? evidence from Turkısh health surveys
Ahsen, Ayşenur; Özen, İlhan Can; Department of Economics (2021-3-09)
The compulsory schooling reform introduced in 1997 had a substantial effect on the middle school graduations of women. By taking advantage of this natural experiment, we aim at investigating the impacts of women education on health-related decisions and health outcomes for themselves and their children. After confirming the validity of the reform effect, we used an instrumental variable approach following the fuzzy regression design. Results reveal that middle school education contributes to the possibility...
Female Personnel Employment at the Ottoman Customs: Women Customs Guards (1901-1908)
Çelik, Birten (2015-12-01)
At the beginning of the 1900s the Ottoman Customs Administration (Rusumat Emaneti) decided to employ female guards at the Ottoman land and coastal borders in Anatolia and Rumelia. Working as customs guard was the second work experience of Ottoman women at this job after their employment as guard at women's prisons.
Citation Formats
G. Yurdakul, “Female body and its representation in medicine:A Case study of gynaecology,” Middle East Technical University, 1998.